Archive for the ‘Apartments’ Category

Renting an Apartment in Buenos Aires: Tips from a Reputable Agent

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Want to know the most the most common problems encountered when renting a furnished apartment in Buenos Aires? How about which neighborhoods to stay in and which to avoid? Or the best time of year to visit the city? To get answers to these and other questions about renting in BA, I interviewed a local [...]

Renting a Furnished Apartment from a Local Owner

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Most tourists who rent a furnished apartment for their stay in Buenos Aires use a rental agency such as Apartments BA or ByT Argentina to arrange their accommodations. But that’s not the only way to do it. You can rent directly from a local owner, which can be cheaper since you eliminate the middleman. But [...]

Cabello Square Apartments Modern and Well-Located

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

I recently rented a furnished apartment in Cabello Square, a nine-story building in Palermo Chico built in 2007. Overall, I enjoyed my month-long stay and found a lot of reasons to recommend the place. I’ll list those below, as well as a few areas where I feel the apartment came up short. The main reasons [...]

Best Neighborhoods for Tourists

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

What’s the best neighborhood in Buenos Aires? Well, the decision of where a person wants to live often comes down to a matter of taste, lifestyle and personal preference. That said, let’s take a look at my favorite neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, ranked in order from best to least-best. Palermo Palermo is probably the best [...]

My Experience at AAA Apartments in Recoleta

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008

AAA Apartments rents out a number of furnished studio apartments in a relatively new building near the corner of Austria and Pacheco de Melo. I spent a month in one of these apartments in 2007. The apartments aren’t large. I would guess about 350 square feet. But they are modern and reasonably comfortable with a [...]